Twitter’s good earnings report just doesn’t cut it for investors

Molly Wood Feb 6, 2014
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Twitter’s good earnings report just doesn’t cut it for investors

Molly Wood Feb 6, 2014
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Twitter released it’s first quarterly earnings report yesterday. And the little bluebird did better than expected, earning two hundred and 42 million dollars in revenue last quarter. But investors aren’t happy this morning, because growth in the number of Twitter monthly users was not sky high. Twitter’s stock has dropped 20 percent so far this morning.

Brian Blau is a research director for consumer technologies at Gartner and joined us to help explain.

Click play on the audio player above to hear the interview.

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